Public talk by Erik Inglis, Professor of Medieval Art History, Oberlin College, on "Saints, Founders and Ancestors: The Later Medieval Reception of Earlier Medieval Books"

Return of Louis's Breviary Hours of Jeanne d'Evreux
Monday, October 30, 2017
Humanities Building, Room 119

Erik Inglis, Professor of Medieval Art and Co-Chair of the Art History program at Oberlin College, teaches medieval art history, from 300 to 1300 across Europe and from 1300-1500 north of the Alps. His publications focus on court art in the later medieval France and Flanders, particularly the court artist Jean Fouquet (ca. 1420 - ca. 1480). Among others, they include  Jean Fouquet and the Invention of France: Art and Nation after the Hundred Years War (Yale University Press, 2011) and "Expertise, Artifacts, and Time in the 1534 Inventory of the Saint-Denis Treasury" in the March 2016 issue of Art Bulletin (pp. 14-42).